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Published: 2011/12/05

Plants and Animals Look to Their 20s On New Studio Album

Plants and Animals will release the new studio album The End of That on February 28, 2012 via Secret City. The album falls somewhere between the Montreal group’s 2008 debut, Parc Avenue, and 2010’s darker La La Land. As the group explains, they “took a different, more relaxed approach with The End of That as opposed to their former sprawling, in-the-studio songwriting process. They decided to write and fully develop a large volume of material before setting the tape rolling and clock running. If Plants and Animals were a person, Parc Avenue would be that person around, say, eight years old—excited, wide-eyed, scatterbrained and innocent. The heavier, darker La La Land is the throws of adolescence—the body changing in exciting and confusing ways, cocky and insecure, bold and volatile, oily. The End Of That, is 20-something prime—confident in a new, unmasked way, young, excited, going through some shit, will be at the party tonight.”

The group—who have performed with a basis for the first time this fall—will perform at Brooklyn, NY’s The Rock Shop this Wednesday. Since the group’s pal and neighbor Brad Barr is in town for a show with The Barr Brothers, there is also a chance for a late night sit in.

The End Of That Tracklisting:

01. Before

02. The End of That

03. Song for Love

04. Lightshow

05. Crisis!

06. 2010

07. HC

08. Why & Why

09. Control Me

10. No Idea

11. Runaways

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